Skinner: Mind if I sit down?
Krabappel: It's a free country.
Skinner: I, I don't follow you.
Krabappel: Oh ... just sit down, Seymour. [he does] It might be nice
to talk to a grown-up for a change, heh.
Skinner: Well this party is certainly a break in my routine. You
know, normally I spend my Saturdays carefully laying out my
clothes for the following week, then I stroll down to the
car wash to see if Gus is there.
Krabappel: Oh, yeah, you gotta keep busy. I collect matchbooks from
glamorous nightclubs. It's amazing -- if you just write to
them and ask them nicely... [trails off]
Skinner: Is this how you imagined your life, Edna?
Krabappel: Well yes, but then I was a very depressed child.
Skinner: To poor decisions. [they clink glasses]
Krabappel: Hear, hear. [they drink up]
-- "Grade School Confidential"